In November, when Army officials decided to launch the service’s first-ever bug bounty, one of the key questions they wanted to answer was whether sensitive personnel records were vulnerable to theft by hackers via the…
The Defense Department will move nearly a quarter of a million workers to the New Beginnings system in April.
Problems transferring licenses from military to civilian world or from one state to another are starting to get attention in Congress.
The Army is required to provide Intel and weather information to soldiers in the field. The military branch opted to solicit for a development contract instead of diving into commercial software to complete the task. What happened next might be surprising, and Joe Petrillo, a procurement attorney with Petrillo and Powell, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to provide some context.
Army Cyber Command is starting two pilots aimed at bringing in more tech savvy soldiers.
The General Services Administration’s Technology Transformation Service (TTS) released a draft solicitation asking for industry input in creating a bug bounty program.
Defense Secretary James Mattis laid out plans for the next six years in a Feb. 1 memo.
Although the governmentwide hiring freeze President Donald Trump ordered last week was mainly meant to shrink the federal workforce through gradual, voluntary attrition, it could result in an untold number of unexpected dismissals for Defense workers in charge of repairing and “resetting” military equipment.
The Government Accountability Office stated the two services did not implement human capital strategies that could have helped alleviate the drone pilot short fall.
When Army officials decided to launch the service’s first-ever bug bounty, one of the key questions they wanted to answer was whether sensitive personnel records were vulnerable to theft by hackers via the Army’s public-facing websites. As it turns out, the answer was yes.
Army Undersecretary Patrick Murphy says he hopes the Army continues its pushes in innovation and acquisition.
Col. Walter Herd, director of the Soldier for Life Transition Assistance Program, joins host Derrick Dortch on this week’s Fed Access to discuss how his organization helps transitioning Army soldiers prepare for civilian careers. January 20, 2017
Army Chief of Staff Mark Milley joined the Army Secretary and the Navy in asking for readiness money before expanding end strength.
Army Secretary Eric Fanning has issued highly detailed orders to three-and-four star generals in the Army’s headquarters and functional and geographic commands, telling them precisely what must be done to close 60 percent of the service’s 1,200 data centers by the end of 2018 and 75 percent by 2025.
The Pentagon said Tuesday that it expects to reach final decisions by July on each of the more than 17,000 cases in which soldiers were paid large bonuses to re-enlist during the heights of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan only to be told years later that they must give the money back.